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“As cross-departmental groups at the BBC consider a range of bold options to find the 20% savings required under its licence-fee deal with the government, insiders say a premium will continue to be put on big events that bind the nation together.”
“In total, the BBC has committed to spend an extra £340m of licence-fee money to fund all these undertakings by 2014-15.”
“Yesterday, the BBC set down its opposition to paying for free TV licences, with the BBC Trust saying it "would be unacceptable for licence-fee payers to pick up a bill for what is a universal benefit".”
“BBC's director of global news Peter Horrocks says move is part of 'seismic shift' for corporation following licence-fee deal.”
“But he added that licence-fee payers expected to be served by the best available executives, as well as the most accomplished presenters and performers, and indicated the trust would not seek to determine executive pay.”
“From that date funding of the BBC World Service passes to the licence-fee payer, and magically or cynically saves the Foreign Office around £253m.”
“How much money has this man made from being so unfunny, not by playing live, but by licence-fee payers who think he's rubbish?”
“Duncan lobbied unsuccessfully for some form of public subsidy, including a possible share of the BBC licence-fee money set aside to pay for digital switchover but not used.”
“The music industry is campaigning against the closure of 6 Music, arguing that it supports new acts and provides licence-fee payers with a wide variety of musical styles that is not rivalled in the commercial sector.”
“Labour will continue to lie and its licence-fee funded Propaganda arm the BBC will continue to allow them to get away with it.”
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